Keynote Speakers
Antoine
ALLANORE


Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Melts Electrochemistry: Theoretical and Experimental Insights
 
Chenguang
BAI


Chongqing University, China
Some Aspects on the Viscosity of the Slag Containing Titanium Oxide
 
Mansoor
BARATI


University of Toronto, Canada
Cold Fluid Physical Modeling of Air Blast Slag Atomization
         
Bart
BLANPAIN


Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Slag Engineering and Valorization in the Framework of Sustainable Metallurgy
 
Geoffrey
BROOKS


Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of Slag Chemistry
 
Patrice
CHARTRAND


Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
Thermodynamic and Physical Property Models for the Production of Primary Aluminium
         
Jung Wook
CHO


Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Mold Flux for High Aluminium Containing Steels
 
Kuo-Chih
CHOU


University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
New Progress in Calculating Physicochemical Properties from Limited Solubility Systems
 
Yongsug
CHUNG


Korea Polytechnic University, Korea
Dissolution Phenomena of Refractory Raw Materials in Liquid Slags
         
Kenneth
COLEY


Western University, Canada
Slag-Metal-Gas Reaction Kinetics in Processing of High Manganese Steels
 
Brahma
DEO


Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, India
Fundamental Concerns in Modeling of Mass Transfer Controlled Processes in Iron and Steelmaking
 
Sichen
DU


KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
The Laboratory Study of Metallurgical Slags and the Reality
         
Rauf Hurman
ERIC


University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Development of Chromous and Manganous Capacities of Slags
 
Timo
FABRITIUS


University of Oulu, Finland
Physico-chemical Properties of Slag in Different Stages of Its Life Cycle – Case Studies from Recent Slag Research
 
Geir Martin
HAARBERG


Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Electrodeposition of Silicon from Molten Salt Electrolytes
         
Peter
HAYES


The University of Queensland, Australia
Solidification of Oxide Melts
 
Lauri
HOLAPPA


Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering, Finland
A Review of Circular Economy Prospects for Stainless Steelmaking Slags
 
Ryo
INOUE


Akita University, Japan
Control of Hydration of Free Magnesia in Steelmaking Slag
         
Pär
JÖNSSON


KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Current and Future Possibilities to Control the Inclusion Characteristics to Enable an Improved Steel Quality Design
 
In-Ho
JUNG


Seoul National University, Korea
Challenges in the Phase Diagram Study of Alkali Oxide Systems
 
Sung Mo
JUNG


Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Mechanism of NOx Formation from Nitrogen in the Combustion of the Coals Used in Sintering Process
         
Youn-Bae
KANG


Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Progress of Thermodynamic Modeling for Sulfide Dissolution in Molten Oxide Slags: Model Development, Interpretation, and Application
 
Yoshiaki
KASHIWAYA


Kyoto University, Japan
Applications and Possibilities of Hot Thermocouple Method on Measurements and Observation of Slag Properties
 
Joonho
LEE


Korea University, Korea
Role of Hydrogen Gas in Blast Furnace Operation - Improved Wettability of Carbon by Molten Slag
         
JongHyeon
LEE


Chungnam National University, Korea
Alternative Way of Producing Rare Metals by a Molten Salt Based Process of Oxide Feedstocks
 
Sung Keun
LEE


Seoul National University, Korea
Structure of Molten Oxides and Glasses above Mega-bar Pressures: Insights from High-resolution Solid-state NMR and Inelastic X-ray Scattering
 
Jean
LEHMANN


ArcelorMittal Global R&D - Maizières-lès-Metz, France
Development of a Slag Model to Better Understand and Control Steelmaking Processes
         
Zushu
LI


University of Warwick, UK
BOS Slag: Formation, Reaction and Energy/Materials Recovery
 
Lev
MEDOVAR


National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Ukraine
Slag Metallurgy for Steel (on the Base of Electro Slag Refining and Remelting Process)
 
Kazuki
MORITA


The University of Tokyo, Japan
Thermodynamics on Slag Refining of Molten Si and Si-based Alloys
         
Viswanathan
N. NURNI


Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Static Liquid Holdup in the Blast Furnace Dripping Zone – A Fundamental Study
 
Toru H.
OKABE


The University of Tokyo, Japan
Recycling of Critical Metals by Utilizing Molten Salt
 
Oleg
OSTROVSKI


University of New South Wales, Australia
Challenges in the Mould Flux Design
         
Jong-Jin
PAK


Hanyang University, Korea
Formation of Nitride and Oxide Inclusions in Ferritic Stainless Steel Melts
 
Joo Hyun
PARK


Hanyang University, Korea
Physicochemical Properties of Slags for Improvement of Steel Cleanliness ; Case Studies of LF, RH and Tundish Conditions
 
Petrus
PISTORIUS


Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Critical Issues in the Kinetics of Steel-slag-inclusion Reactions
         
Eugene
PRETORIUS


Nucor Steel, USA
The Role of Transient Slags in Steelmaking
 
Ramana
G. REDDY


The University of Alabama, USA
Sulfide Capacities of Steel Making Slags
 
Gudrun
SAEVARSDOTTIR


Reykjavik University, Iceland
Reducing The Carbon Footprint: Primary Production of Aluminum and Silicon Metal with Changing Energy Systems and the Risk of Carbon Leakage
         
Veena
SAHAJWALLA


University of New South Wales, Australia
Recycling and Transformation of Waste into Resources for Steelmaking: High Temperature Reactions of Waste Materials
 
Mario
SANCHEZ


Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile
Use of Copper Slag for Iron Alloys Fabrication. A Circular Economy Approach for the Chilean Metallurgical Industry
 
Johannes
SCHENK


Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria
Processing and Utilization of Steelmaking Slags in the European Union
         
Seshadri
SEETHARAMAN


KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Some Recycling Aspects of Molten Slags, Fluxes and Salts
 
Dieter
SENK


RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Process Concept for the Dry Recovery of Thermal Energy of Liquid Ferrous Slags
 
Hiroyuki
SHIBATA


Tohoku University, Japan
Thermophysical Properties of Silicate Melts and Glasses
         
Il
SOHN


Yonsei University, Korea
Perspectives of Slag "Co-product" Zero Waste Full Utilization
 
Masahiro
SUSA


Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Effects of Crystallisation on Heat Transfer Characteristic of Solid Mould Flux Film for Continuous Casting of Steel
 
Ryosuke
O. SUZUKI


Hokkaido University, Japan
Metal Production after Sulfurization of Oxide
         
Merete
TANGSTAD


Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Slag Properties in the Primary Production Process of Mn-ferroalloys
 
Maurits
VAN CAMP


Umicore, Belgium
Circular Cities: The Importance of Green Slag Valorization
 
Xinhua
WANG


Shougang Group Co., Ltd., China
Investigation on the Slag for Production of Extra-Low P Steels by "Slag-Remaining + Double-Slag" BOF Steelmaking Process
         
Wanlin
WANG


Central South University, China
Development of Non-reactive Mold Flux for the Casting of AHSS
 
Mark
WILLIAMSON


Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Molten Salt Applications in the Energy Sector
 
Sangho
YI


POSCO, Korea
A Novel Process for the Smelting Reduction of Silicate Fluxed Chromite Ore Fines using FINEX® Platform Technology
         
Hongbin
YIN


ArcelorMittal Global R&D - East Chicago Center, USA
Understanding Mold Slag Film Behaviors by Advanced Continuous Casting Mold Monitoring
 
Enno
ZINNGREBE


Tata Steel Europe, Netherlands
Steel-sidewall Interfaces in a Steel Continuous Caster: An Interconnected System of Reaction Sites